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Look 3D bindings

post #1 of 7
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This may be a dumb question, but here goes. I have two pairs of older Look bindings 3D bindings, a Z3 and a Z-Forza that are on the indeminfied list and have been used very little. I used the Forza's and my wife the Z3. I loved the bindings and my question is are they worth remounding on new skis, or are the newer bindings so much better I should just scrap them?
post #2 of 7
they're indemnified and you love them. i think you've answered your own question there.
post #3 of 7
Great bindings. Brakes are narrow though.
post #4 of 7
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Originally Posted by Roadrash View Post
This may be a dumb question, but here goes. I have two pairs of older Look bindings 3D bindings, a Z3 and a Z-Forza that are on the indeminfied list and have been used very little. I used the Forza's and my wife the Z3. I loved the bindings and my question is are they worth remounding on new skis, or are the newer bindings so much better I should just scrap them?
These are so much better than the new bindings it's not even funny. I'm assuming these are turntables with the Z-toe?
post #5 of 7
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Yes they are. My only concern after reading Philpug's posting is the brake width. They clear my old K2 610 Comps by a little, but there is no way they would clear even a modest midfat ski.
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Yes they are. My only concern after reading Philpug's posting is the brake width. They clear my old K2 610 Comps by a little, but there is no way they would clear even a modest midfat ski.
You can probably bend them out pretty easy to be enough for a upper 70's width ski but anything over that, they will need to be customized. Before you toss them....dibs. I will cover shipping.
post #7 of 7
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Philpug,

PM me with your info and I will send them out when I get back from Orlando next weekend.
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